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  • Raleigh man proud of his crowd-funded romper

    Ryan Day crowd-funded his romper, a one-piece suit with short pants.

Josh Shaffer

He wanted a romper for men. So he found $100 on gofundme – and imitators nationwide.

Ryan Day, 23, may have inspired a crowdsourcing trend for romphims, otherwise known as rompers for men. Hundreds have since followed suit, seeking cash for the one-piece short pant garments.

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